First, I haven't seen Captain Marvel. I'm not into superhero movies. Low-budget horror made by passionate directors is more my thing.
If you saw the movie and enjoyed it - great.
And I'm sure some fan reviews are motivated by hate or they're just spamming or whatever.
But here's a thing: Rotten Tomatoes has been caught deleting more than 54,000 negative fan reviews of Captain Marvel ... all to increase the negative fan's review aggregate from 33% to 36%.
Social engineering isn't just limited to the long-debunked 'gender wage gap' ... it's happening in entertainment. Movie fans' voices are being silenced.
And let's not be naïve: I wonder how much influence Disney and other organisations have over professional critics' reviews? Don't tell me the answer is no influence at all.
This sort of thing went on in the Soviet Union; it's a little worrying that this kinda crap is happening in free societies.